8 thoughts on “ Devilri - Domain (6) - ...From Oblivion... (Cassette, Album)

  1. Boundless Obscenity, an Album by Brain Drill. Released 2 July on n/a (catalog no. n/a; CD). Genres: Technical Death Metal. Featured peformers: Dylan Ruskin (guitar, bass), Travis Morgan (vocals), Alexander Bent (drums), Zack Ohren (mastering, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, recording engineer), Mottla Brutal Art (aka_text artwork role_id aka_text).
  2. Is Anybody There?, an Album by The Frozen Autumn. Released September 12, on Pandaimonium (catalog no. Pan; CD). Genres: Darkwave, Synthpop.
  3. Born Hot by Chris Farren, released 11 October 1. Bizzy 2. Love Theme from "Born Hot" 3. Search 4 Me 4. Too Dark 5. Domain Lapse 6. Does The Good Outweigh The Bad? 7. I Was Amazing 8. R U Still There? 9. Surrender Space In Yr Love Flourit De Maga Credits On his Polyvinyl debut Born Hot, Chris Farren opens with a question he’ll spend much of the album trying to answer: Why do.
  4. And even despite the fact that the band didn’t avoid putting one or two less inspiring albums, they belong to the most respected Polish bands anyway. So I cannot imagine a metal maniac (at least a Polish one), who doesn’t know such releases as “Devilri”, “The Ancient Catatonia” or (Domain’s) “ Into Oblivion”.
  5. Paul dedicates this album to Piotr "Żuber" Zubrzycki. Recording information: Music by Domain ("Nar Mattaru" - Domain & P.). Produced by Robert Srzednicki and Domain. Engineered by Seracos Studio (December ). Mixed by Seracos Studio by Robert, Tomek and Mittloff. Cover art & Design by Domain.
  6. Devilri by Pandemonium, released 1. Dark Winds 2. Hagia Sophia 3. Sunless Domain 4. Unholy Existence 5. Devilri 6. Might of the Godz 7. Memories ANTI-GOTH Formed in the autumn of , Pandemonium emerged from the same burgeoning Polish metal scene that spawned the likes of such greats as Kat, Vader, Imperator, Christ Agony, and Taranis.
  7. The second album was meant to be called "Domain", so now Pandemonium turned into Domain and the album is called "Pandemonium". Morbid Noizz Productions released it, but I never had a chance to grab a CD copy of it, I only had the old cassette. So, I'm quite glad that Old Temple Records has re-released it and I can add it to my CD collection.

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